Middle men: McCoy, Brignac can help
In fact, I had my eye on him last season when he was hitting better than .300 and running quite a bit at Triple-A Colorado Springs. The Colorado Rockies didn't really need another second baseman, seeing as Clint Barmes was having a very good power season and Eric Young Jr. is the future (maybe). Nevertheless, McCoy earned a September call-up and stole a few bases for the team. The Blue Jays then claimed McCoy off waivers in November, and when I saw the transaction, I remember thinking, Didn't Aaron Hill just lead the major leagues in at-bats? Maybe McCoy could play some shortstop, but at second base, he had a better chance to play with the Rockies.
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